Nicole Kidman Visits Haiti, Urges Protection For Women
Hollywood siren Nicole Kidman who is a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Development Fund for Women (Unifem) was upset and worried after seeing the pathetic condition of women in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
The 43-year beauty has asked officials to tighten the security of women in the nation to prevent sexual attacks on them.
Kidman quoted, "During this trip I saw first-hand how this humanitarian disaster is impacting women and girls.”
"The lack of shelter and security makes them more vulnerable to violence, in particular sexual violence. Yet, I have also seen the determination and resilience of women and men in Haiti to rebuild their country,” she added.
"I visited a temporary shelter for women and girls who experienced sexual violence or are at risk, where women leaders work to make sure there are medical and legal services as well as counselling and livelihood training. This needs to be done on a large scale and they need our support," she said.
Meanwhile, due to her official visit to Haiti, Kidman was not able to bring her 2-year-old daughter; Sunday Rose with her but the beauty was missing her toddler terribly.
"I've spent two nights away from her in two years. I'm just so into her. I'm crazy about her. She's a good little traveler. She flies everywhere and she brings her little toys. It's not a big deal, travelling with them — but not to Haiti."